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Poster: Diana Hamilton Date: Jun 14, 2003 10:29pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: What other genres? classical

Another idea is to find classical music

People at colleges can try stopping by the music department, maybe ask the secretary to post up a flyer, maybe with a version of contact letter number 3 on it. Faculty or students may have their own performances they'd like to share.

This post was modified by hamilton on 2003-06-15 05:29:36

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Poster: mfh2014 Date: Jun 15, 2003 3:07am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: What's Legal??

As to what is legal for posting on the LMA...I'm thinking that copyright's don't exist on the composition of classical music, i.e. Mozart, Brahms, Beethoven, the only 'go-ahead' needed would be from the performer, as the performance is the creative property of the performer...Does this sound right to everyone else, or do the estates of the classical composers hold the rights to the music and any performance of it?? In any case, I will definitely spread the word at WKCR, Columbia University radio, where I DJ a couple shows...

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Poster: brewster Date: Jun 15, 2003 4:52am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: What's Legal??

I am not a lawyer, and even from lawyers it seems difficult to figure out.

There is a book that is easy to read and very informative. It is called "Public Domain" on Nolo press (the folks that write the books on how to do stuff without hiring a lawyer).

That book has cookbook systems for figuring out what is public domain.